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In focus: Energy transition reels in more oil & gas majors as coal power producer enters offshore renewables market

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Another week has gone by not leaving us wanting on energy transition developments, as several updates on renewable energy, clean fuels, decarbonisation, and net-zero strategies made headlines – most notably those from the traditionally fossil fuel-oriented players. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status.

Counting down to Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2021

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In less than two weeks, Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2021 will open its doors! The industry will meet again face-to-face on 26 and 27 October 2021 in RAI Amsterdam. Offshore Energy looks forward to an event with various opportunities to network and do business. Industry experts, business leaders, professionals

Baleària to convert Hedy Lamarr ferry to run on LNG

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Spanish ferry operator Baleària has started LNG propulsion conversion of the Hedy Lamarr ferry at the West Sea shipyard in Portugal, the last of the six retrofit operations. Courtesy of Baleària With this, Baleària will have completed its fleet plan of nine vessels that can navigate on LNG. Of these,

Sea Machines’ tug uses biofuel on autonomous journey

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To reduce the number of harmful emissions produced during the longest autonomous mission at sea, Sea Machines Robotics is using renewable Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) biofuel. Photo: Sea Machines Sourced by Bunker One in Denmark, biofuel is powering its autonomous Nellie Bly tugboat. Operating under the project name The Machine

INPEX and Osaka Gas join in on CO2-methanation business

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Japanese oil and gas producer Inpex and gas company Osaka Gas will launch a technical development business on the practical application of a CO2-methanation system toward the carbon neutralization of gas. Illustration only; Courtesy of Inpex The initiative is based on a project that the New Energy and Industrial Technology

Inpex settles dispute on Ichthys LNG with JKC Australia LNG

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Japan’s oil and gas producer Inpex says that it has concluded a settlement deed between its Ichthys LNG project and JKC Australia on the withdrawal of the EPC contract. Courtesy of Inpex The Inpex-led Ichthys LNG project produces LNG at the 8.9 million tonnes per year plant at Bladin Point,

HHI orders GTT tech for 2 new LNG-fueled container vessels

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Korean shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has ordered cryogenic fuel tanks design of two LNG-fueled container vessels from French containment specialist GTT. Illustration only; Courtesy of HHI The two new vessels will each with a capacity of 15,600 containers. They will feature LNG tanks, each holding up to 12,800 cubic

Occidental sells stakes in two Ghana fields for $750 million

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Houston-based Occidental has agreed to sell its interests in two Ghana offshore fields for $750 million to Kosmos Energy ($550 million) and Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) ($200 million). The sale to Kosmos closed upon signing and the sale to GNPC is expected to close in the fourth quarter of

TECO 2030 fuel cells for Chemgas Shipping’s hydrogen-powered vessels

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Norwegian maritime cleantech company TECO 2030 ASA has signed a supply frame agreement with the Dutch shipowner Chemgas Shipping BV for the delivery of fuel cell modules. The letter of intent between the two companies was signed in September 2020. Photo: TECO 2030 The modules, with a combined capacity of up

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